In just under one year of business, JoyWheel Yoga & Wellness has moved from a 500-square-foot space to an approximately 800-square-foot space and added a host of community programs to its regular offerings of private, semi-private and group yoga classes, meditation classes, wellness guidance and nutrition counseling.
A Florida resident will soon make Aurora his home as he takes over the recreation and aquatics responsibilities in town.
A new East Aurora business is teaching local children ages 5-10 about science, technology and engineering mathematics through Lego brick model building. Bricks 4 Kidz opened locally in March and is one of over 500 franchises worldwide.
The Marilla Town Board unanimously voted to extend its moratorium on "solid waste and recycling and disposal of sludge, sewage sludge and septage," but not before Supervisor Earl Gingerich, Jr. warned a standing room-only crowd that he is skeptical that Marilla can totally ban an out-of-town firm from storing effluent known as "equate" in above-ground tanks. Made from the anaerobic digestion of food waste and sewage sludge, the product has been widely used in the fertilization of fields.
East Aurora Middle School teachers Gary Terhune and Nina Arendt recently announced the winners of the Middle School talent show, with thanks to the music department, judges, chaperones and an enthusiastic audience.
Despite the misgivings of several trustees and a 20-minute debate over whether the payment was appropriate, the East Aurora Village Board agreed to pay The LiRo Group a supplemental contract management fee for its work on the new East Aurora Fire Station on Center Street.
The late Sarah Oubre was someone you remembered, according to those closest to her. The East Aurora resident died in 2011 at the age of 29, but "her love of life and love for others is a lesson everyone who knew Sarah will carry with them all their lives," her father, Jim, said in her obituary.
The Blue Devils got off to a pretty good start in their game against the Cheektowaga Warriors on Friday, April 11.